noun, Digital Technology.
a computer or a software program that uses a neural network simulating the human brain and can be trained to perform specific tasks, as pattern recognition.
another name for neurocomputer
a computer designed to imitate the workings of a human brain and its neurons, esp. for artificial intelligence research; a computer based on neural networks; also called neurocomputer
computing; neurocomputing, neural computing n
noun, Embryology. 1. a group of ectodermal cells that develop into a variety of tissues, including spinal and autonomic ganglia, connective tissue around the brain and spinal cord, and parts of the facial bones. neural crest n. A band of neuroectodermal cells that lie dorsolateral to the developing spinal cord, where they separate into clusters […]
- Neural crest syndrome
neural crest syndrome n. A syndrome consisting of loss of pain sensibility, autonomic dysfunction, pupillary abnormalities, neurogenic anhidrosis, vasomotor instability, aplasia of dental enamel, meningeal thickening, hyperflexion, and albinism.
- Neural fold
neural fold n. The elevated margins of the embryonic neural groove.
- Neuralgia facialis vera
neuralgia facialis vera neuralgia fa·ci·a·lis ve·ra (fā’shē-ā’lĭs vēr’ə) n. See geniculate neuralgia.